Visual display of the Duck sauceboat

Duck sauceboat

  • 1819-1840
  • Attributed to the Salem pottery. The exterior of this press-molded tureen is coated with a white engobe and decorated with brown and green slip. The interior has a clear lead glaze. For the plaster mold used to make this object, see John Bivins, Jr., The Moravian Potters in North Carolina (University of North Carolina Press for Old Salem, Inc., 1972), p. 199, fig. 199.

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Attributed name
Salem pottery
Description of Original
Lead-glazed earthenware, L. 7 in
Location of Original
Old Salem Museums & Gardens
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